Monday, August 28, 2017

Branaunmore



The great sea stack, Branaunmore, standing 67 metres (73 feet) high. Once part of the Cliffs of Moher, it was separated by erosion.


14 comments:

  1. ...rock climbing adventure?

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  2. Mother Nature never ceases to impress me with her artistic skills.

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  3. Some rocks will go on alone and separate from the others, it is a political decission probably :)

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  4. Formas caprichosas de la Naturaleza, que añaden belleza al paisaje.

    Besos

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    1. Thanks for the link, Iris. Both stacks would seem to be the result of similar forces.

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  6. It looks a kind of natural monument.

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  7. That happens here as well along sea coasts.

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  8. Wow, it reminds me slightly of Lover's leap photo I saw years ago!

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  9. Great photo.
    What an amazing rock creation.

    All the best Jan

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